I am neapolitan (but I write in English to promote tourism to my city). I really enjoy small osterias and there are 20 or so which are true gems (read my other reviews). Vittorio is one of them. The secret to eat well in Naples is to go before 12.30 or 20.30 in the evening to avoid long cues and rushed service.
The menu is very limited to a handful of primi and secondi. the waiter tells you which pasta is currently cooking which will be served very quickly.
My advice, order one dish at the time to avoid being served too fast.
Everything is good. Special mention to the Baccala (cod), Genovese pasta and Pasta e Fagioli. Very small, reserve and be there at 12.
P.s. not easy to find, use Google Map
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